Monthly Archives: October 2022

Under the Yoke of the Lord

This morning in fellowship with my Lord, I thanked Him for how He took upon Himself the whole world’s sins to the cross. All the mockery and torturous beatings Jesus received was a foretaste of all the rejection and hatred He would continually receive after He was dead and gone, or so they thought. As… Read more »

Pay Back Day

Reading 2 Thessalonians 1:6-10: “God is just: He will PAY BACK trouble to those who trouble you and give relief to you who are troubled. This will happen when the Lord Jesus is revealed from heaven in blazing fire with His powerful angels. He will punish those who do not know God and do not… Read more »

God’s Silence

2 Chronicles 32:31 “God withdrew from Hezekiah in order to test him and to see what was really in his heart.” Pride was in Hezekiah’s heart according to 32:25. Sometimes when you feel that God is silent it just might be a time for you to see what is really in your heart: pride, unbelief,… Read more »

My Past Shame and Faults

I struggle a lot with my past being brought back to my attention, those things about who I was and what I did that I hate and am ashamed of, and that also were troublesome and hurtful to someone else. The only thing I love to think about is when I met Mike 47 years… Read more »

The American Standard

Today, when I look at the next generation of America’s future, the kind of people that will be leading America, I see one great fundamental flaw. These people that are of the “woke” society want to remove our foundational standard that made America great, that made America the most desired nation of people all over… Read more »

Freedom for the Next Generation

A while back I had lunch with my grandson and enjoyed it immensely. I asked him to do some research about the time of the 60s when I was his age, and to compare what is different from the 60’s to what is taking place today. The first item we talked about was Woodstock. He… Read more »

Suffering Unnessarily

Why do people suffer more than they have to?   Isaiah 27: 5,11,15 “This is a people without understanding. They refuse to come to Me and make peace with Me. They have made a lie their refuge and falsehood their hiding place. So, their Maker has no compassion on them, their Creator shows them no… Read more »

Is God Good? By Dori McKinnon

“God is good” is a statement that is often said with conditions attached. God is good, if and when and according to my standard of good. But what about when life is harder than you ever thought possible. Is God good then? We can sing songs all day long that claim God is good, but… Read more »

The Babylonian World

I’ve been reading through Isaiah and about the Prophecy against ancient Babylon (ch. 13). The LORD speaks through His prophet Isaiah about the DAY of the LORD coming to punish the world for its evil rebellion against God, and the wicked for their sins. I tend to believe that as I have looked into what… Read more »

Old Order and New Order of Worship

I love reading the Old Testaments prophets because you really get the whole truth of who God is and how God thinks and what God has done and will do to His people to bring them back to Him. Of course, the Old Testament prophets are speaking about Israel and to Israel mostly, but God… Read more »